West Virginia tight end Jovani Haskins has entered his name into the transfer portal as reported by Keenan Cummings of Rivals.
Haskins, a redshirt junior, played at WVU for two seasons after transferring from Miami following his freshman season. In two years, Haskins caught 20 passes for 166 yards and one touchdown.
After Trevon Wesco left for the NFL draft last season, Haskins looked like he would be the starter at tight end for the Mountaineers in 2019. Battling through injuries, however, Haskins only made four receptions this season for 18 yards.
In August, the WVU polic department charged Haskins with fleeing an officer, reckless driving and driving on the left side of the road following a late-night incident. He plead guilty to fleeing an officer and reckless driving in early November.
Freshman Mike O’Laughlin took over much of the playing time at tight end this year for WVU. He finished the year with six catches for 24 yards.